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AB Altamira Oriole

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:729748
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
TurboSquid Member Since September 2007
Currently sells 428 products
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Altamira Oriole (Icterus gularis) with perch and backdrop.

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There are two background textures included. One is blured and one is not. The blured one gives a sense of depth of field.

The texture maps are 24 bit PNGs.

The tree, grass clumps and rocks are a single object.

This is the largest oriole of the Icterus genus. This bird nests in open woodlands. The nest is a very long woven pouch, attached to the end of a horizontal tree branch, sometimes to telephone wires.

These birds are permanent residents, and unlike the migratory orioles that breed in the US, the species is 'sexually monomorphic' —both the males and the females have elaborate coloration and patterning.

Modeled and rendered in Blender 3D.

Statistics: (Bird)

blend: (quads and triangles)
Number of Vertices: 3296
Polygon Count:      3124

Obj: (quads and triangles)
Number of Vertices: 3296
Polygon Count:      3212

3ds: (all triangles)
Number of Vertices: 3698
Polygon Count:      6248

Statistics: (Everything else combined)

blend: (quads and triangles)
Number of Vertices: 7940
Polygon Count:      5754

Obj: (quads and triangles)
Number of Vertices: 7649
Polygon Count:      5655

3ds: (all triangles)
Number of Vertices: 7907
Polygon Count:      10675

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